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  1. Monceau Kombucha Pet Nat Fuji Apple 330ml
    Monceau Kombucha Pet Nat Fuji Apple 330ml

    Monceau was borne out of a passion for low intervention, natural fermentations.

    Using no sweeteners, artificial carbonation or preservatives, we brew in an ancestral method, naturally fermenting and carbonating to create unique, ever-changing flavour profiles, and alcohol levels above 1%.

    Monceau Pét Nat Fuji Apple Kombucha uses Fuji apples from West Gippsland in Victoria. They have milder tannin and acidity levels, with a healthy sweetness that drives fermentation. Monceau’s flavour profile changes with the seasons and apples sourced. Utilising an ancestral method borrowed from pétillant naturel winemaking, Monceau undergoes two fermentations. The second fermentation, in-bottle, creates natural carbonation and ever-evolving flavour profiles.

    cider
    Australia
    490
  2. Pagan Apple Cider 330ml
    Pagan Apple Cider 330ml
    I like what Pagan are trying to achieve with this cider. I felt as every mouth full went down, I was drinking a little bit of Tassie too. The cider is soft, flirtatious and seductive – it will win you over (and this is coming from a self confessed cider purist). I can see this being quite a popular offering, and I love how it highlights that a simple, dessert apple cider can be so charming. allaboutcider.com
    cider
    Australia
    490
  3. Pagan Apple Cherry Cerise Cider 330ml
    Pagan Apple Cherry Cerise Cider 330ml
    A lush blend of 40% cherries and 60% apples, with an enticingly spicy perfumed nose and claret/burgundy hues. The palate is a playful métisse of dark cherries and plums, with rich Christmas fruit cake notes. Luscious on its own, 'Cerise' is also a knock-out barbecue cider, pairing beautifully with barbecued meats, game meats such as rabbit and venison, and roasted or barbecued duck. PAGAN CIDER
    cider
    Australia
    490
  4. Riversdale Estate Riesling 2019
    Riversdale Estate Riesling 2019
    Riversdale Estate is located in the basin of the Coal River Valley, in Southern Tasmania. The Coal River Valley is the second largest wine region in Tasmania and continues to grow each year as a result of the unique growing climates located in the Valley. Riversdale is located in the basin of the valley and is the only vineyard to front Pittwater which gives temperature advantages during the winter and summer months.

    Due to the climate advantages it is able to produce 9 different varieties with a reputation for Chardonnay, Pinot Noir, Syrah and Riesling. Riversdale Estate was purchased in 1980 by Ian Roberts for Angora goat purposes. The first vines were planted in 1991 and are some of the oldest in the region. PWS

    The first thing you notice is the intense burst of cooked apple-like flavour, its tang intact, its flavours singing. The second is the texture, which is a step up on most young rieslings. This is a floral, spicy wine with excellent fruit concentration, but with more than a little character to boot. CAMPBELL MATTINSON, James Halliday
    2019
    Riesling
    Australia
    490
    Special Price $20.00 Regular Price $25.00
  5. Sinapius Clem Blanc 2020
    Sinapius Clem Blanc 2020

    More product information will be added here soon! In the meantime, if you do have any questions at all about this product or others in our store, you can contact us by phone or email. Our friendly and experienced team are always happy to assist - we love drinking, selling, talking about and being in and around wine!

    2020
    Blend, Gewurztraminer, Gruner Veltliner, Pinot Blanc, Pinot Gris, Riesling
    Australia
    490
    Special Price $26.40 Regular Price $33.00
  6. Clarence House Pinot Noir 2020
    Clarence House Pinot Noir 2020
    Estate vineyard, Coal River Valley; 15% whole bunches; matured 10 months in 5% new French oak puncheons. Bright, crunchy and energetic, charged with longevity and upright confidence thanks to a spine of focused acidity. Black cherries and blackberries are subtly lifted by the violet, bramble and dried herb allusions of a small inclusion of whole bunches. TYSON STELZER, Wine Companion
    2020
    Pinot noir
    Australia
    490
    Special Price $32.00 Regular Price $40.00 As low as $26.50
  7. Freycinet Chardonnay 2018
    Freycinet Chardonnay 2018
    Claude has done you an absolute solid with this beauty. The trick is to buy the little brother Louis and drink that whilst you hide the 2018 somewhere far, far away from your wine glass for the next few years.
    The 2018 manages to be both rich and so, so delicate. This is all toasted nuts, soft vanilla, ripe and freshly squeezed lemons, apple danish, apricots, honeysuckle and peach blossoms.
    This will age into a soft, savoury, mushroomy delight as the years pass by. There's plenty of acidity and bright fresh fruit to see it into old age, whereby a more recent iteration of Louis Chardonnay shall be left in the cupboard and its older sibling will emerge in time for dinner all mature and reflective. Cracking. THE WINE FRONT

    This is like an old school chardonnay that has been on a health kick. It doesn't shy away from power, intensity, volume, richness or depth but it also seems to burst in to life when it hits your mouth. Loaded up with character and fruit that is effortlessly matched by crackling energy. It is a bottle of pure class. The palate slowly winds down with a repeating flourish of fruit and energy. As good as this is now, and it is really bloody good, it will reward some patience. Everyone who loves Chardonnay will inhale this thing. ROSCOE
    2018
    chardonnay
    Australia
    490
    Special Price $34.40 Regular Price $43.00
  8. Domaine Simha Simla Field Blend White 2016
    Domaine Simha Simla Field Blend White 2016

    The 2016 Simla white field blend by Domaine Simha is a blend of Sauvignon Blanc, Chardonnay and Riesling. It is drinking very well right now. A refreshing, aromatic wine with vibrant floral notes and a slight chalkiness. The Chardonnay in the blend provides the depth and complexity this wine so effortlessly displays, and the Riesling offers a lovely line of acidity. Good length, a delicious wine to enjoy with a nice chicken salad. LISA, PWS

    2016
    chardonnay, Riesling, sauvignon Blanc
    Australia
    490
    Special Price $35.20 Regular Price $44.00
  9. Delamere Sparkling Cuvee NV
    Delamere Sparkling Cuvee NV

    Delamere Vineyards were planted in 1982 in the Pipers River region in northeast Tasmania making it one of the oldest plantings not only in the region but in Tasmania. They have 6.5ha under vine and its age makes it a rare resource in Tasmania. The ironstone rich soils are perfectly suited to the cultivars of pinot noir and chardonnay, and was established in the traditional French design used in Burgundy and Champagne.

    The low yield per vine and the reflective heat from the ground produces wines with superior depth of flavour and ripe well-developed tannins. Vine age and subsequent natural balance are key factors in the consistent production of wines with great structure and harmony.

    Perfumed and pretty on the nose but then racy on the palate. It feels like a low-dosage style. Strawberries, lime blossom, grapefruit and lemon rind. It all sizzles out through the finish, with length to burn. CAMPBELL MATTINSON, the winefront 

    NV
    chardonnay, Pinot noir
    Australia
    490
    Special Price $36.00 Regular Price $40.00
  10. Clarence House Reserve Pinot Noir 2020
    Clarence House Reserve Pinot Noir 2020

    Estate vineyard, Coal River Valley. Wild-yeast fermentation with no whole bunches. Matured 10 months in 15% new French oak puncheons. Judicious fruit selection elevates Clarence House's Reserve to greater depth and length of black-fruit presence. Black cherries and blackberries are brushed with white pepper and beetroot. Anna Pooley's wizardry in the winery intricately marries fine-grained tannins and bright acidity on a long finish. Elegance meets class in a deliciously age-worthy package. TYSON STELZER, Wine Companion

     

    2020
    Pinot noir
    Australia
    490
    Special Price $42.40 Regular Price $53.00 As low as $39.40
  11. Bream Creek Pinot Noir 2020
    Bream Creek Pinot Noir 2020

    A season of quality over quantity furnishes a characterful East Coast pinot noir. Leads with cashew nut from French oak, well supporting the black cherry, black plum and beetroot of this concentrated season. It will appreciate a little more bottle age for fruit and oak to mesh, and it will confidently go the distance, energised by fine-grained tannins and nicely integrated acidity. TYSON STELZER, winecompanion.com

     

    2020
    Pinot noir
    Australia
    490
    Special Price $43.00 Regular Price $48.00 As low as $40.00
  12. Domaine Simha Sanskrit Pinot Gris Rose 2018
    Domaine Simha Sanskrit Pinot Gris Rose 2018

    Skin fermented Pinot G with exotic fragrance and shapely texture (lightly cloudy) Heady lychee and damask rose, pink pear skins, stone fruit, smoky spice, bitter orange, gingerbread, musky dusk.

    Cool climate single vineyard origin: Derwent Valley Tasmania 42.6°S. Handpicked on a fruit day after the harvest moon. Whole bunch open wild ferment, 30 days on skin. Basket pressed, matured 6 months sur lie en demi-john. Bottled unfined and unfiltered with perfect natural balance. 50 dozen (600 bottles) produced SIMHA

     

    2018
    Pinot Gris
    Australia
    490
    Special Price $45.60 Regular Price $57.00
  13. Glaetzer-Dixon Mon Pere Shiraz 2017
    Glaetzer-Dixon Mon Pere Shiraz 2017
    Nick Glaetzer began his wine making journey with his family in the Barossa Valley, following with vintages in the Languedoc, the Pfalz, Margaret River, the Riverland, Sunraysia, the Hunter Valley and Burgundy. In 2005 Nick landed in Tasmania, searching for cool-climate, super-premium vineyards; perfect for crafting pinot noir, riesling and savory shiraz.

    Established in 2008, Glaetzer-Dixon is now an eminent Tasmanian wine maker. The Glaetzer family of winemakers has roots in the Barossa Valley dating back to 1888. In 2011 Nick was named "young wine maker of the year" by Gourmet traveller magazine

    Also in 2011 Nick's 2010 Mon Pere Shiraz was awarded the prestigious Jimmy Watson Memorial trophy at the Royal Melbourne Wine Show – the first time in the trophy's 50 year history for a Tasmanian wine.

    Cool-grown, but not to the point of exaggeration. The 10th consecutive release of this wine grown in the Coal River district, and one of the best thanks to its balance and ripe plum/blackberry fruit. Savoury tannins complete the picture. JAMES HALLIDAY
    2017
    shiraz
    Australia
    490
    Special Price $56.80 Regular Price $71.00
  14. Domaine Simha 'Raya' Sauvage 2015
    Domaine Simha 'Raya' Sauvage 2015
    1500 bottles produced from 2 demi-muid (600 litre barrels). Handpicked and whole bunch pressed. Wild fermented in new demi-muids. Left 12 months on lees and then bottled without fining or filtration. A little shy but opens up with citrus and melon with some vanilla and herbal oak characters on the nose. The palate has good depth of  fruit that is softly textured. Nicely balanced with citrus notes. JON 
    2015
    sauvignon Blanc
    Australia
    490
    Special Price $64.00 Regular Price $80.00
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